In 10 years, Sue Bird will be 50 years old and at this rate, she will still be dominating the game of basketball. The 11-time All-Star has four WNBA Championships with the Seattle Storm, four Olympic gold medals, four FIBA World Cups and two NCAA Championships with the Connecticut Huskies. 

If Bird takes the court during the Olympics in Tokyo this summer, she will join Team USA’s Teresa Edwards as the only basketball player in the world — male or female — to win five Olympic medals. Bird’s former UConn teammate Diana Taurasi is also positioned to capture a fifth Olympic medal if she plays and wins this year.

The top overall pick in the 2002 draft, Bird’s name is all over the WNBA record book. Read More